At uCodeGirl, we full-heartedly believe that access to opportunities, relatable role models, and enrichment programs should be within everyone’s reach and therefore want to make our programs affordable by absorbing the complete cost of participation for students with financial need or from under-served communities.

(Over 50% of our participants are scholarship recipients!)

With your monetary support, we will be able to provide full scholarships to these students, directly benefiting their educational careers and professional aspirations. Alternatively, we have donation opportunities (in-kind and involvement-based) that are available to support students in other ways.

uCodeGirl is dedicated to inspiring and training young girls with computing, entrepreneurial, and leadership skills so they are empowered to confidently pursue 21st century opportunities.  Our organization has had the great opportunity of positively impacting the lives of nearly 200 local female students through our last two summer camps and one-on-one STEM mentorship program. Sponsorship helps better equip us to expand and deepen the impact we are able to have collectively on fueling the futures of these young minds in our community.

We would love to highlight you as a sponsor for our program and answer any questions you may have about our work and the paramount role sponsorship plays in making our program continue to run successfully and best serve the Fargo-Moorhead area.  

If yourself or your company is interested in supporting our mission or would like to know more about this opportunity, please reach out to our team at, and we would be elated to help you get started. Interested in donating now? Head over to our Donate page!



By partnering with educators, tech industries, clubs and organizations in the community, uCodeGirl works to build an ecosystem where the curiosity and imagination of young girls is sparked and cultivated. By equipping them with computing and leadership skills and an entrepreneurial mindset, students will lead the way to solving real-world community problems using technology.
— Bethlehem Gronneberg, Founder and CEO of uCodeGirl